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Gallery One is dedicated to developing and presenting exhibitions that are enjoyable as well as educational and challenging. Free and open to the public, the exhibitions are...
Building on the site’s domestic and agricultural heritage, guests are engaged in rich sensory experiences based on a farm family’s journey through the seasons and the years. Hours...
Magnificent, huge, bizarre, politically incorrect, human-powered papier-mâché puppets join thousands of Foolish friends frolicking about downtown Ann Arbor for one fun-filled...
The Gerald R. Ford Library collects, preserves, and makes accessible to the public a rich body of archival materials on U.S. domestic issues, foreign relations, and political...
This musical instrument museum contains antique and modern Western and non-western musical instruments.
Collections include archaeology, ethnology, ethnobotony, zoo archaeology, human osteology geological and more.
This is a contemporary art gallery, facilities include a library, classrooms and an 180 seat auditorium. Lectures and gallery talks available.
The Bentley Historical Library was established in 1935 by the University of Michigan Regents to carry out two functions: to serve as the official archives of the University and to...
Located on the University of Michigan North Campus, the Duderstadt Center houses the Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library, the College of Engineering Computer Aided...
Contains the Hall of Evolution including exhibits on vertebrae and invertebrate paleontology, palaobotony, wildlife, ecology, geology, anthropology, anatomy, astronomy and more....
Collections include Western art from 6th century to present, prints, drawings, photographs, Asian, Africian, and Oceanic art, items from the Islamic world and more.
Formerly Kelsey Museum of Ancient Archeology, collections include art and artifacts, classical and Near Eastern Archaeology, results of excavations at Roman sites, textiles,...
The Museum has an extensive collection of fire trucks, extinguishers, hats, helmets, toys, ladders, breathing apparatus, clothing, hose carts, nozzles, photographs, newspaper...